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Jumeirah Gulf of Bahrain Resort & Spa, Bahrain
A new resort in the Middle East, Jumeirah Gulf of Bahrain Resort & Spa is situated on the beaches of Bahrain’s West Coast, offering a secluded oasis away from the city.
The resort comprises 196 rooms and suites, as well as the 11-bedroom Gulf Summer House, located directly at the beach. For dining, guests can indulge at eight signature F&B concepts or choose room service for meals in the privacy of their own room or villa.
Onsite facilities include a spa, indoor pool, gym, tennis courts, kids club, teens club, and cinema.
Laneways By Ovolo, Australia
Melbourne welcomes 80’s Memphis nostalgia with Laneways By Ovolo. The boutique designer hotel offers 42 Memphis-inspired rooms for an eclectic inner-city stay.
A key Laneways By Ovolo experience will be the addition of an all-new food and drink offering through a unique tap house experience, Amphlett House.
The 120-seat venue will feature drinks and pub classics, including the curated beverage programme that serves up the classics and a variety on tap including craft beers, wines and a unique selection of handcrafted cocktails using Australian ingredients.
Hyatt Centric Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
Hyatt Centric Kota Kinabalu is centrally located in the heart of the city’s dining and entertainment district.
The 222-key hotel features guestrooms with balconies, an infinity pool, restaurant and bar, fitness centre, and event venues.
Just a 15-minute drive from Kota Kinabalu International Airport (BKI), the property is steps away from shopping hotspots and the Jesselton Point Ferry Terminal, and is in close proximity to Sabah International Convention Centre, a sports complex and a university.
Amaya is a secret getaway in the Himalayas boasting mountain views and surrounded by nature, located just under two hours from Chandigarh airport.
Accommodation comprises a combination of chalets, suites and villas – from one-bedroom chalets to villas that feature a study or artist studio, dining and living spaces, a fully-equipped kitchen and three ensuite bedrooms.
Guests can enjoy farm-grown organic seasonal produce, freshly-baked bread and fermented beverages. For relaxation, there is a Finnish sauna, library and heated pool. Those seeking curated experiences can choose from the heritage walk to the adjacent Darwa village, horticulture tours, riverside picnics, mountain treks, and more.